Candidate will be responsible for maintaining strength and weight/cardiovascular rooms to provide a safe and clean environment for members. Responsible for communicating and enforcing the department equipment use and safety policy, and answering any questions.
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Hiring Company: East Bank Club
East Bank Club opened its doors on December 15, 1980 with 3,000 members and 100 employees. At that time, building an exercise, recreation and dining facility on such a grand scale was a new concept. Today, East Bank Club has more than 10,000 members and 600 employees, and it is the cornerstone of Chicago’s River North neighborhood.
Unparalleled in size, scope and range of services, the 450,000 square-foot East Bank Club has set the standard for first-class hospitality and excellence in the fitness industry. The Club is constantly reviewing and enhancing its facilities. And with its state-of-the-art equipment, astounding range of amenities and superior member relations, East Bank Club serves as a prototype for the creation and continuation of health clubs worldwide.
Job Description: Floor Trainer
Candidate will be responsible for maintaining strength and weight/cardiovascular rooms to provide a safe and clean environment for members. Responsible for communicating and enforcing the department equipment use and safety policy, and answering any questions. Must have the ability to stand for long periods of time, bend over, squat, reach, lift and carry substantial weight (to up 50 lbs). Candidate must be pursuing a degree in a fitness related field. A Personal Training Certification is preferred, but not required (ACE, ACSM, NASM, NSCA). This is an entry level fitness position.
- Greet all members
- Conduct Fitness Orientations
- Basic knowledge on cardiovascular, selectorized and free weight equipment
- Conduct “groundwork” stretch and mobility class in the Performance Center
- Wipe glass doors and mirrors
- Conduct New Member Orientations and New Member Personal Training Session
- Determine and respond to member needs and inquiries
- Instruct users on proper use of equipment and offer assistance with spotting
- Offer tips on stretching
- Make sure all sanitizers are full
- Restack weights and educate member on this proper protocol
- Keep the Performance Center neat–teach members proper etiquette
- Maintain assigned area by ensuring that it is free of discarded materials
- Inspect all fitness rooms and equipment to ensure they are clean and safe for use
- Report and restrict use of broken equipment
- Communicate/enforce club policy. Report all problem users
- Maintain a thorough understanding of all policies and procedures concerning fitness facilities and programs
- Exhibit leadership and sensitivity
- Update fitness forms
- Hand out locked equipment/towels when necessary
- High School Diploma or GED
- A Personal Training Certification is preferred, but not required (ACE, ACSM, NASM, NSCA)
- Must be pursuing a degree in a fitness related field
500 N Kingsbury St.
Chicago, IL 60654
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